AniMed Natural AniPsyll Horse Supplement, 4.85-lb tub

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Description

AniMed Natural AniPsyll Horse Supplement is specially formulated to help treat as well as prevent constipation, sluggish intestines and sand retention. The natural psyllium husk, sourced from the plantago ovata plant seed, works to increase ration bulk and also lowers blood glucose and insulin levels in healthy horses.

Key Benefits
  • Specially formulated to help treat as well as prevent constipation, sluggish intestines and sand retention.
  • The natural psyllium husk, sourced from the plantago ovata plant seed, works to increase ration bulk.
  • Forms a lubricating gel to boost cleaning the horse's intestinal tract, helping to prevent constipation and inert intestines.
  • Helps to lower blood glucose and insulin levels in healthy horses.
  • Dose scoop included for easy administering.

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  • Item Number
    107915
  • Weight
    4.85 pounds
  • Food Form
    Supplement
  • Lifestage
    Adult, Senior, Baby
  • Product Form
    Powder
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Psyllium Husk, Roughage (all natural plant fiber)

Feeding Instructions

Therapeutic Dose: Feed 9 oz twice daily for up to 20 days. Maintenance Dose: Feed 3 oz daily for 14 days, followed by 1 oz daily as a preventative. Note: Enclosed scoop measures approximately 1 oz.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Didn't seem to like taste

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    2 out of my 3 horses didn't eat feed with supplement added. After leaving in with feed overnight they finished it

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    My Favorite one.

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    My favorite by far. I use on all three of my horses, ages 8, 9, and 28.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    This is how to get your horse to eat psyllium

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    My horses all ate around the pelleted variety, especially if it got wet when I soak their food. With this, I first soak their food, then I add this on top just before giving it to them. If you soak psyllium, chances are they won't like it. Just make sure they have plenty of water available. My mini horses, which are finicky eaters, and my standard horses, all eat this with no problem. They live on sand here in Florida, so it is a must!!!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Works great for us

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    This was recommended by a friend. I add one scoop to my horses ration twice daily and add enough water to mix thoroughly. In the winter I added hot water and in the summer cold water. It ensures he gets plenty of water, too. He always eats his feed heartily ! I have a Welsh mare now and she gets it too. They are easy keepers and they always eat all their food. Good kids ;)

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    One horse won’t touch it

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    I live in a sandy part of Texas. One mare won’t touch a single bit of the supplement while the old gelding eats it indiscriminately.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Not impressed.

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    I have 2 rescue horses, the vet recommended using some psyllium fiber. I generally use a brand called Sand Clear, (it is a pelleted formula), but when i read the reviews for this product, I figured i would try it. I hate it. #1: this products recommended dose is 9 oz twice a day (for me that's doubled).Being a powder and not a compacted pellet- this stuff goes FAST!!! #2: When mixing it with other pelleted food, it clumps up. If you add water water to your feed this stuff will not mix in well. #3: horses eat around it. (Needs a zero star option)

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Prefer pellets

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    I suggest chewy order pellet psyllium. The powder blows away in the wind or mixing process. Thank you.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Another great product by this company

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    My mare hates psyllium in any form but I mixed this, cinnamon, and a bit of sugar to the dose and added it to her feed with a enough water to stick it all to the feed and she gobbles it right down. She eats this much better than the pellets. I'll buy this again.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    After watching a friend's horse suffer with sand colic, I needed this quickly

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    While my horse is fat, healthy and has access to good quality hay 20 hours a day, I wanted to be sure he didn't have sand in his large colon (where it settles). This is a good quality psyllium and with Chewy, it came the next DAY! I give him one cup, every day for a week each month. I put it on his equine senior feed and add a little molasses to make it stick. After that, I give him his warm mash; a wet sloppy mix of beet pulp (shredded), Senior Horse, vitamins and probiotics. His mid day snack is a small amount of grain with freshly ground flax seed. Flax seed can't be soaked, as it makes it toxic. So far, so good. After sixty years, I'm still learning.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    POWDER IS BETTER

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    I like the fact that this is a powder instead of a pellet. It mixes better with my horses mash and it also is easier for her to digest. The weight is lighter than the pellet container but you use less so the product lasts longer. I will purchase again.

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